Many modern RVs now come with accommodations, such as built-in kitchens, electricity and running water. However, power is not always reliable on the road, and a back-up generator can come in handy when a campground lacks the necessary electricity.
The Champion 4000 Watt Portable Generator-49-State Model is perfect for tailgating, camping and emergency use. The generator can be plugged in directly to an outlet without the need for an adapter. The engine can be started in a single stroke and an air coolant prevents it from overheating.
"This is a great generator for the money," wrote one Camping World customer. "I bought one and it was great out the box. ...It ran 13 hours on a full tank of gas. I had the [air conditioner] and electronics going inside my trailer unit as well. Very satisfied with the product."
The manufacturer includes a two-year warranty on the product, along with a one-year warranty for labor. A push-to-reset button is included for the circuit breakers, and the generator operates at a relatively quiet 68 decibel noise level. After filling it to four gallons, RV owners can use the generator as a power source for approximately 12 hours with no hassle.